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Hotmail was one of the first webmail services on the Internet: www.Hotmail.com. Hotmail was launched on July 4, 1996, and then Hotmail was sold to Microsoft in December 1997 for a reported $400 million. To get started with a Hotmail email, you need to create Microsoft Account.
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Hotmail Sign In

Hotmail, now upgraded to Outlook, is a free personal email service from Microsoft Corporation. Signing in to Hotmail is a very simple process, you just need to provide a few pieces of information, including your Hotmail username and your Hotmail password in order to gain instant access to Microsoft account.
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Hotmail Sign Up

Hotmail, now upgraded to Outlook, but we are still able to create a Hotmail account (@hotmail.com), or use a new email address Outlook (@outlook.com) if you want. Hotmail is free of charge and Hotmail signup is effortlesswith few steps.
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Hotmail Sign Up

Hotmail App

Sign in your Hotmail account in mobile device and computer with Hotmail app to receive emails, compose new message, or update… faster with push notification and friendly interface.
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Hotmail App

Hotmail Sign In problems

Hotmail is now Outlook.com, and it uses Microsoft account to sign in. If you can't sign in your Microsoft account, here are some suggestions to get you back in there as quickly as possible.
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Hotmail Sign In problems

Set up Outlook automatic replies

This article will help you set up automatic replies for whenever you want to let anyone who sent you messages know that you cannot reply their messages immediately or within a few working days. This feature is very useful when you're away or on vacation and not available to instantly reply to emails.
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Set up Outlook automatic replies

Connect other accounts with Outlook

You can connect your other email accounts with Outlook to import all your emails and manage them in one place. Here are a few steps to help you do so.
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Connect other accounts with Outlook

Connect storage accounts to Outlook

If you use emails regularly, you probably have added attachments, such as photos or documents to your emails. And most likely those are files you stored on your computer or you flash drive. With Outlook, you have another option. If you store files on an online storage service such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive or even Facebook, you can attach those files to your email messages on Outlook. We will take you through a few steps to do so.
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Connect storage accounts to Outlook

Block a sender on Outlook

When you no longer want to receive messages from someone for whatever reasons, you can block them from sending you messages. Here is how to block a sender on Outlook.com.
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Block a sender on Outlook

Attach photos to your message or calendar on Outlook

You can attach pictures to your emails and calendar events on Outlook to share them with others. There are two ways you can add a picture: inline or as an attachment. Inline pictures are displayed directly in the body of the email or the calendar event. Follow the instructions below to do add a photo to your message or calendar event.
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Attach photos to your message or calendar on Outlook